What’s on Your Kindle?!

Here’s an early Halloween treat…LIGHT KEEPER’S FLAME is free. Read a great book on us this Columbus Day weekend!

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A Halloween Treat: An Excerpt From SUNDIAL Shows When You Know Better You Do Better

In SUNDIAL, read what happens as Mrs. Delaney grows in her awareness and understanding of food allergy during Halloween.

“With awareness comes change, Whitney, and when you know better you do better.  After all these years, this the first time I bought nut-free candies for Halloween. I’m sorry to admit that until I found out about you and Reid, I had never thought about all the kids who would go home from trick-or-treating and have to throw candy away.  Halloween should not be a real-life nightmare for kids and their parents,” Mrs. Delaney said thoughtfully, and her support made me feel better. It gave me hope that other people would be as understanding and helpful.

Click here for more information on how you can take some of the fear away this Halloween:


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The Light Bringer’s Way is FREE Today!

Grab book two of The Light Bringer series for free while it lasts!  Load your Kindle with a great book and get ready for summer beach reading.  You won’t be disappointed! Thumbnail(1)

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Recommendation to Self-Published Authors! Let 52 Novels Format Your Next Ebook!

After all the time and effort of crafting your novel, you don’t want to trust it with just anyone! Rest assured, 52 Novels will provide you with professional and quality formatting that will keep you a returning customer. We’ve published all three of our books in The Light Bringer Series with them because we know our story will look great for our readers. Find out for yourself why we give 52 Novels 5-stars!

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Let’s Get Greg Louganis on a Wheatie’s Box!

In SUNDIAL, Blair Delaney has a shrine to Greg Louganis in her room.  A collection of photos, newspaper and magazine clippings of the great Olympic diver. (In real life, one of us may have had said shrine…)  But we could not believe it when we just read that he never got his own Wheatie’s box! Surely that would have been included in Blair’s Louganis collection.  Let’s get Greg on a Wheatie’s box by signing this petition created on Change.org!


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More and more people are reading THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN while they are actually on the train! Escape Commuting with a Great Read!

Recent data confirms what most of us already know, “In a Nielsen survey of 2,000 people this past December, about 54% of e-book buyers said they used smartphones to read their books at least some of the time. That’s up from 24% in 2012, according to a separate study commissioned by Nielsen.” http://www.wsj.com/articles/the-rise-of-phone-reading-1439398395

Amazon and Google are obliging this trend with better fonts to read on smaller phone screens. Not convinced? Give Sundial a try and see why it will make you pull out your phone to read along your way to find out what happens next!

#CommuteReads #Goodreads #amreading #suspense


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Different is Beautiful

A rare white-faced fawn with blue eyes is a beautiful reminder that unique and different can be captivating and beautiful.

The fawn, named Dragon, was abandoned by its mother due to its inability to hide. Without the ability to use natural camouflage, Dragon would attract predators to itself, its mother and other fawns. Thankfully, an animal farm in Michigan decided to extend a hand and raise Dragon.  Dragon’s mother carries a rare genetic defect and occurs in less than one percent of the whitetail deer population.

Exchange-White-Face Fawn: His birth mother, "Bunny" is a special type of whitetail deer known as the Piebald, which carries a genetic defect causing it to have large areas of white in its coat. The defect reportedly occurs in less than 1 percent of the whitetail deer population. Dragon was rejected by his mother after birth, likely by natural instinct because he looks different than other fawns. (Cory Morse/The Grand Rapids Press via AP)

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Remember What Memorial Day Is Really About…

Memorial Day

Thanks to USA TODAY for compiling this list of the number of casualties in each U.S. war:

Civil War: Approximately 620,000 Americans died. The Union lost almost 365,000 troops and the Confederacy about 260,000. More than half of these deaths were caused by disease.

World War I: 116,516 Americans died, more than half from disease.

World War II: 405,399 Americans died.

Korean War: 36,574 Americans died.

Vietnam Conflict: 58,220 Americans died. More than 47,000 Americans were killed in action and nearly 11,000 died of other causes.

Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm: 148 U.S. battle deaths and 145 non-battle deaths.

Operation Iraqi Freedom: 4,422 U.S. service members died.

Operation New Dawn: 66 U.S. service members died.

Operation Enduring Freedom: 2,318 U.S. service members have died as of May 12, 2014.

#MemorialDay #USA

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Are You Like Reid? Read this and find out!

Reid Wallace’s smoky quartz eyes and athletic build are not lost on Whitney Forbes but it is his ability to understand what she is feeling that makes her take notice. She soon learns that Reid is an empath (a highly sensitive person who is capable of feeling the emotions of others) and it is his unique ability to understand Whitney’s true self that captivates her.

Interestingly, in today’s The Wall Street Journal, there is an article by Elizabeth Bernstein on the HSP or Highly Sensitive Person. The newspaper reports, “research studies show that about 20% of the population fits into this category, and the trait is found in the same numbers in men and women. Sometimes called Sensory Processing Sensitivity, high sensitivity isn’t a disorder or a condition but rather an innate, permanent trait.  Brain-scan studies of HSPs show differences in their neural activity, compared with non-HSPs: HSPs are more empathic, pay closer attention to their environment and are more attentive to social clues from their close friends and partners.”  Huh. So it looks like Reid just got a bit more real to all of us who already know and love him. Cool!

Are you like Reid and highly sensitive to your environment and those in it? Take the quiz developed by research psychologists Elaine and Arthur Aron and find out!


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Check out SUNDIAL and get a head start on your Memorial Day holiday weekend with a great book…on us!

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